Sunday’s news links – June 20, 2021

In this May 15, 2021 photo, Consuewella Africa, 69, speaks during a gathering for the 36th Anniversary of the MOVE Bombing in Philadelphia. Consuewella Dotson Africa, a longtime member of the Black organization MOVE and mother of two children killed in the 1985 bombing of the group’s home in Philadelphia, died on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 in a hospital. She was 67.

MOVE’s ‘Minister of Confrontation,’ Consuewella Africa, dies News10

With moratorium ending, more than 8 million households face foreclosure or eviction CBS News

Facial Recognition Failures Are Locking People Out of Unemployment Systems Vice

People around the country are furious after being denied their unemployment benefits due to apparent problems with facial recognition technology that claims to prevent fraud.

Covid jabs for billions of humans will earn their makers billions of dollars Guardian

How the Father of Modern Policing ‘Abolished’ the Police NYTimes

August Vollmer has been hailed by many in law enforcement as the father of modern American policing. He has also been criticized for pioneering the militarization of the police and espousing the racist theories of eugenics.


Palestine: Smashed Houses, Crushed Orchards, A Trail of Unrestrained Malice Barbara Nimri Aziz


Former Peruvian Military Elites Call for Coup Against Castillo’s Victory Orinoco Tribune

Peru at the Brink of Civil War? The Uprising of the Dispossessed Resumen

Peruvians To Mobilize in Support of Pedro Castillo teleSUR


Latest News on the Kidnapping of Alex Saab in Cape Verde – US Pressure Orinoco Tribune

Indigenous Peoples

Native Americans are transporting a 5,000-pound totem pole to D.C. from the Pacific Northwest Washington Post

TV News Coverage of Southern Border Lacks Refugee Sources, Historical Context FAIR

How Republican States Are Expanding Their Power Over Elections NYTimes

Device Makers Have Funneled Billions to Orthopedic Surgeons Who Use Their Products KHN

Behind Airbus-Boeing truce lies a common rival: China AFP

The World Relies on One Chip Maker in Taiwan, Leaving Everyone Vulnerable WSJ

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